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A project to make more than eight million Welsh parish registers available to search online has been launched by Findmypast, offering family historians with links to the country new leads in their research
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The dates for next year's Who Do You Think You Are? LIVE show have been confirmed, starting the countdown to Europe's biggest family history event
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We take a closer look at the document featured in the January issue's Gem from the Archive – the crew list of a ship operating out of Somerset in the 19th century
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Over 70,000 American prisoner records have been released online, making it easier for family historians to track down their incarcerated ancestors in some of the country’s most notorious jails.
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A group of scientists are calling for volunteers to help in their attempt to predict future weather patterns by using old naval logbooks.
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We've teamed up with Old-Maps.co.uk to offer 15% off the price of any of their historic maps, providing a valuable insight in to the area that your ancestors would have known
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A BBC documentary exploring the history of unemployment in York will reveal how the efforts of a local family history society helped unravel a 100-year-old mystery when it airs later this week
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A collection of archive material telling the story of Bournemouth across nearly 200 years is now available online, thanks to the launch of a new virtual museum
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Local and family historians can now learn more about their area nearly 1,000 years ago thanks to the latest addition to the Labs section of The National Archives website
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An extraordinary collection of textile mementos will be unveiled at a new exhibition launching later this month, telling the stories of thousands of babies cared for at a pioneering children’s home during the 18th century
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